The Source Film Club presents ‘Neighbouring Sounds’

Brazilian director Kleber Mendonca Filho examines the fragile state of a group of residents in a wealthy middle-class neighbourhood living in a climate of fear in his tale of urban paranoia ‘Neighbouring Sounds’ - the film screens at The Source on Wednesday, December 11th (8pm - tickets €9 - concession €7 - Film Club members €5).

Brazilian director Kleber Mendonca Filho examines the fragile state of a group of residents in a wealthy middle-class neighbourhood living in a climate of fear in his tale of urban paranoia ‘Neighbouring Sounds’ - the film screens at The Source on Wednesday, December 11th (8pm - tickets €9 - concession €7 - Film Club members €5).

Filho’s film focuses on an affluent suburb in the coastal city of Recife where most of the houses and tower blocks are owned by patriarch Seu Francisco (WJ Solha) and where dwellings are split between prosperous families and their servants. After a spate of burglaries alarms the residents Francisco hires security expert Cladoaldo and his team to patrol the area. However, despite the presence of the security men, a sense of dread lingers and the threat of violence never seems far away.